WATCH: Videos show convoy of trucks out in force and lighting up M25

Motorists were treated to a spectacle last night as a convoy of decorated trucks lit up a busy motorway. Around 250 trucks were out in force along the M25 on Saturday evening, putting on a light show by flashing their beacon lights as they travelled in the slow lane at around 40mph. The convoy of trucks left South Mimms Service Station between 6.45pm and 7pm, passing through Watford and onto Heathrow Chobham Services before circling back to South Mimms.

And the trucks did not go unnoticed, with plenty of people taking to social media to share their photos and videos of the convoy. Videos show truckers driving along the M25 with their lights flashing, with one showing the convoy grouped closely together in a queue.

Convoy of HGVs on #M25 #ringofred

— Tracy (@TMoore117) May 29, 2021

An impressive convoy of trucks on M25. It’s a shame we just missed the #lightparade fundraiser in support of the Essex & Herts Air Ambulance. ??? #truckontheroad

— Lawson Lovell (@lawsonlovell) May 29, 2021

Things I get unnecessarily excited about, part 9373626739505:

Driving down the M25 alongside a charity truck convoy. ?@hayjaya

— Kriti Bami (@kritibami) May 29, 2021

First part of yesterday’s truck convoy in aid of the Air Ambulance taken at the footbridge behind the Abbots Road fields ? #airambulance #convoy #m25 #trucks #hertfordshire #abbotslangley #truck #kingslangley

— Dean Cresswell (@DeanCresswell) May 30, 2021

The convoy spectacle, which was organised by Ian Lewton, was part of a fundraiser to raise money and support the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance charity. MEC Grab Services, based in Watford, issued out eight of its heavy goods vehicle as part of the convoy.

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